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Mario Brothers in PIXELS Painting By Lukas Stobie

Mario Brothers in PIXELS Painting By Lukas Stobie

I can’t tell you why or even since when, but for the longest time the adult me has always wanted to own an original painting or artwork. It’s one of the things to cross in my bucket list. Over the years, I have been more than lucky to be given paintings of myself (painted by Yin), my goals (painted… Read More

Perth Diary: 9 Things To Do in Perth

Perth Diary: 9 Things To Do in Perth

Howdy mates! The things to do in Perth supposed to be published last Friday, but I kinda didn’t do it because I was too busy getting drunk on both wine and cheese with BFF who came for a visit over the weekend. #validreasonfornotblogging. Back to my things to do in Perth list, here are my top choices:… Read More

Perth Diary: Fremantle Prison

Perth Diary: Fremantle Prison

I think not all travel stories are meant to be shared, or maybe it’s me who don’t have the capacity to share some of the things I experienced during my travels. At least that’s how I felt when I wrote about my visit to Fremantle prison while in Perth a couple weekends ago. I have yet to… Read More

Perth Diary: The Pinnacles in Western Australia

Perth Diary: The Pinnacles in Western Australia

You guys, as you know, I went to Perth last weekend. The  main agenda was to hang out with Che, who flew all the way from Jakarta, but I also wanted to see Perth. Of my 8 years of living in Singapore, I am embarrassed to admit that I have never been to the Philippines, Myanmar nor Nepal which… Read More

A Geek in Melbourne

Suitcase Rummage Melbourne

Suitcase Rummage Melbourne

A few Sundays ago while walking around Flinders, I stumbled upon Suitcase Rummage. It’s one of Melbourne’s pop up bazaars which takes place regularly at the Federation Square. Even though I have been to a number of markets before, I had never seen anything like the Suitcase Rummage. The interesting thing about the bazaar was the shops’ “stands” were suitcases, hence… Read More

Sneak Peek Into My Best Friend’s Apartment

Sneak Peek Into My Best Friend’s Apartment

Remember when I told you I am going to share my apartment pictures, then I moved and promised to share the new apartment pictures. Well, before that, how about a sneak peek into my best friend’s apartment? This post is dedicated to Jik, my best friend in the whole wide world, who I am going… Read More

Culture & Festival

See You At Melbourne Emerging Writers Festival

See You At Melbourne Emerging Writers Festival

I have been wanting to attend the Melbourne Writers Festival ever since I asked Jik to take my picture in front of MWF sign at Federation Square when we visited Melbourne as tourists in 2013. I have to wait until September to attend my first MWF but in the meantime, I got my “writer fix” by attending… Read More

The Colorful Vivid Sydney

The Colorful Vivid Sydney

For someone who’s easily attracted to everything shiny, Himawari style, it was a no brainer to go and see the Vivid Sydney. It has been kinda like a pilgrimage, a glittery pilgrimage if I may, ever since I heard from Jik last year. And when we saw a group to deal for a Vivid Sydney cruise, we didn’t… Read More

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Beyond The Beyond Seaweed Post: 10 More Souvenirs From Japan

Beyond The Beyond Seaweed Post: 10 More Souvenirs From Japan

You must have known by now about my love for Japan. The love I have been declaring every day. One of the things I love most about Japan is the abundance of cute stuff this country has. It’s so easy to buy souvenirs from Japan (not so easy on the wallet) and I did some the last time… Read More

I Am Not A Solo Female Traveler

I Am Not A Solo Female Traveler

Other than AirBnB and GoPro, solo female traveler has become the most happening things in the travelling sector in recent years. The ladies I know are either embracing it or at least talking about it. All the female travel bloggers I admire and look up to, are seasoned solo female travelers. That being said, I am here… Read More

9 Things Not To Miss Out When You Travel to A New Place

9 Things Not To Miss Out When You Travel to A New Place

It’s understandable that when you visit a new place, you don’t want to skip the main attractions. At least, I am not one to miss all the touristy stuff. I don’t mind being labeled a tourist, because hey, I am one! But from my days on the road, I have also gathered a list of… Read More

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Living in between Hutong, Beijing + Giveaway

Living in between Hutong, Beijing + Giveaway

“You must see Hutong in Beijing, you will love it!”, it was Vi’s last message to me before she boarded the train to Nanjing. I typed in the word “hutom” into iPhone 2do app, under Beijing to do list. That time I didn’t know what’s a hutom Hutong even though I was going to Beijing the next… Read More

Sleepover at a Temple in Koyasan

Sleepover at a Temple in Koyasan

(The little guy with orange cap in the first picture is the mascot of Koyasan and you can see him everywhere there) Koyasan was the last place we visited before going back to Tokyo. It is an UNESCO‘s world heritage site and the center of one of the Buddhist sect in Japan. It is a… Read More

My Purple Bedroom

My Purple Bedroom

Saludos! I am in Spain you guys. It’s the last destination for this trip before routing back to Amsterdam and take the 15 hour flight back to Indonesia where I will back to routine. This time I really have to get a job. Gah! I so not looking forward to the long flight, job search, and normalcy. The… Read More

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